Former President and flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has finally revealed why his wife the Former First Lady Lordina Mahama refused to join his campaign team this year.
It’s been months since active political activities started after the novel coronavirus outbreak which halted several activities globally. After the coronavirus breeze, political parties resumed political activities toward the 2020 Presidential and Parliamentary elections while adhering to safety protocols rolled out by various institutions that were spearheading the fight against the virus.
During this period Ghanaians have seen the former president, his running mate, and other party executives roam the length and breadth of the country to woo electorates to vote back the NDC to power while lobbying for seats for their respective parliamentary candidates.
However, One of the things that went missing was the anchor behind former president John Dramani Mahama which was the former first lady. Members of the opposition parties alleged that the former president was having issues with the former first lady thus her refusal to support his husband in his battle for the presidency.
Former President Mahama has however cleared the air on the matter in an interview monitored by Mynewsghana stating that his wife during the 2016 campaign period experienced so much politics of insults and lies which made her a bit traumatized. Due to that she opted to take a low key role while I do my politics. She’s been very much focused on her foundation lately. Mr Mahama stated in an interview mynewsghana.net monitored.
The former first lady has finally joined the campaign trail and is currently in her home region to solicit votes for her husband seeking to return to power.
Lordina Mahama has been campaigning in Kintampo and Nkoranza areas of the Bono East Region for the NDC parliamentary candidates
In addition to sharing highlights of the People’s Manifesto and John Mahama’s promises to Ghanaians, Mrs. Mahama also invited the people to vote for the NDC and John Mahama because he is a President Ghanaians can trust, and he has a track record of development without discrimination.
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